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Senior Living: Supporting the Industry With Paycom

“Two of my best caregivers left last week. We were already understaffed! Now I’m really in a jam.”

Sound familiar?

Whether you’re supporting a retirement community, nursing home or assisted living facility, keeping positions filled with happy staff members is a full-time job of its own.

Workforce challenges have plagued the senior living industry for years. Without significant government funding, staffing is not projected to return to pre-pandemic levels until 2027, according to the American Health Care Association and National Center for Assisted Living.

During this labor crisis, it’s more important than ever to attract good candidates — and ensure high job satisfaction once they’ve joined your team.

If the costs of finding and training new employees weren’t enough, compliance raises its own challenges. And the laws seem to change all the time.

Who can keep up?

The right HR tech gives back hours to your week. Paycom’s single software helps support your existing staff while streamlining the process of hiring team members and more.

Let’s explore three areas Paycom helps your time go further and ease your stress.

1. Managing staff

Recruitment and applicant tracking

Feel like all you do is search for new employees? Streamline your hiring with our tools for posting job openings, tracking applicant data and managing the onboarding process. You’ll have new employees in place and up to speed even before Day 1.

Time and attendance tracking

Say goodbye to manually reviewing timecards and spreadsheets. With Paycom, compiling and verifying hours for payroll practically takes care of itself. It’s also a breeze to keep shifts covered and help ensure compliance. Want to explore your labor costs and trends? Our versatile reporting tools allow you to do that quickly and easily, too.

2. Administering payroll and benefits

Benefits management

Good benefits attract top candidates. Then our self-service experience puts the power in employees’ hands — and time back in your day. Your people easily enroll and manage their own benefits, from health insurance to retirement plans. Plus, payroll deductions show up automatically.

Payroll processing

The most fundamental step to satisfied workers: paying them accurately and on time. Employee-driven payroll empowers them to accomplish this themselves! Our software automatically flags errors, then leads employees to resolve them before you submit payroll, ensuring their check is always correct.

With our automated processing, payroll problems virtually disappear. Tax compliance becomes simpler, too. Replacing manual data entry is everything.

3. Compliance and regulatory challenges

Wage and hour compliance

Carefully calculating and tracking overtime, managing employee breaks and ensuring accurate timekeeping for staff are musts for a good employer. What’s more, noncompliance can result in costly legal issues. We help you effectively navigate these areas.

Certification tracking

Who wants to track a web of certifications and licenses? Delegate that job to our technology. It tracks the credentialing of employees and facilities to minimize your organization’s risk of fines, audits and penalties.

Compliance management

We’ll keep you updated on changing employment and health care regulations, providing alerts and allowing you to generate detailed reports in a snap, whenever you need them.

Excellence in senior living takes a thoughtful balance of tradition and innovation. Our cutting-edge single software gives you and your staff more time for those who depend on your care.

Explore Paycom to see how else it supports the senior living industry.


DISCLAIMER: The information provided herein does not constitute the provision of legal advice, tax advice, accounting services or professional consulting of any kind. The information provided herein should not be used as a substitute for consultation with professional legal, tax, accounting or other professional advisers. Before making any decision or taking any action, you should consult a professional adviser who has been provided with all pertinent facts relevant to your particular situation and for your particular state(s) of operation.